Departments

Applied Engineering Sciences Applied Engineering Sciences offers an interdisciplinary B.S. degree that combines scientific and technical coursework.  The major provides educational opportunities for students who wish to gain a broad foundation in the engineering sciences.
Image of the A.W. Farrall Agricultural Engineering Hall Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering offers a B.S. degree in Biosystems Engineering, Technology Systems Management, and a two-year certificate program in Electrical Technology leading to Journeyman and Master Electrician.
Image of Dr. Whitehead (right) and his graduate student (left) discussing a project in the lab The Biomedical Engineering Department offers PhD and Master's graduate programs in a wide range of course offerings and research activities in medicine, human biology and engineering research. The resources of the BME Department are enhanced by collaborations throughout the College of Engineering and with many other MSU Colleges, including Human Medicine; Osteopathic Medicine; Veterinary Medicine; Nursing; Natural Science; and Communications Arts and Sciences.
Image of various beakers and test tubes Chemical Engineering and Materials Science students go on to careers in automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, design and construction, paper, petrochemical, food processing, specialty chemical, microelectronic, electronic and advanced materials, alternative energy storage and generation, polymer, business services, biotechnology, environmental, and safety industries.
Image of Graduate student Chelsea Weiskerger sampling in Lake Michigan Civil and Environmental Engineering students can receive a general civil engineering education or specialize in environmental engineering, hydrology and water resources, geotechnical engineering, pavements, structures, or transportation.
Photo of a person looking up into a colorful background The Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering offers a set of undergraduate and graduate courses and academic programs in computational methods and tools to solve important problems in the sciences, in engineering, and in many other fields.  Knowledge of how these methods work, and how to use them effectively, has become crucial to the success of students entering these fields. 
Professor Xiaoming Liu working with a student on a facial recognition device Computer Science and Engineering curriculum equips students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills that enable them to adapt to changing technology and participate in cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Color Space Sparsification research done by the ECE Department Electrical and Computer Engineering is inter-disciplinary with other science and engineering fields and  careers in manufacturing, research, bio-medical, semi-conductors, aerospace, energy and electric power, telecommunications, and computers.
Car created by the Mechanical Engineering Department Mechanical Engineers are very successful in the job market, following exciting careers in automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, design and construction, paper and plastics industries, as well as medicine, product design, and law.